Sometimes the right way is not the easiest. True or false?
I read this sentence somewhere, and since It is difficult to give only one answer to it, I thought I could write an article for the subject. If we consider that everyone is doing the right thing is their belief in the end, if it is your choice and what you decided, it is not the right way for you. If you feel difficulties and it is a hard choice, then it is the wrong way.
I will give you an example. If you left someone and when leaving him, you felt pain and hurt. Probably it was not the right choice and the right way for you; otherwise, the decision would be a match easier than this. I mean, when you asked him to leave. Did it felt easy for you? If the answer is yes, then it was the right way and the right choice for you. You either did not love him; living with him made you miserable or various other reasons.
If you felt hurt, sad, and missing him every day, then I have news for you. Probably it was not the right choice for you or the right way for you; otherwise, it would not feel like that, and there would be no pain and no sorrow.
Does it make sense to you?
Let us say that you have a wife that is physically challenged. People would say, and it is common understating for a loyal husband to stay and take care of her, but this staying should be initiated because of love, not guilt, feeling pity, or other sorts of feelings. Otherwise, One could claim that staying is the right choice, but it isn’t easy. I would beg the difference. If there is love staying wouldn’t be difficult, and it is an easy choice, the fact that a person has hard for this decision means that it is not the right choice for him.
How about that? Did it make sense to you?
The right choice for you should not be hard. If it is, then it is not the right one for you. These are misconceptions and beliefs that people spread without thinking thoroughly about it although if anyone honestly thinks about it, the choices we make are easy. At that moment, these are the easiest choice, which is the right for the moment.
Let me give you another example:
I hope you agree that killing yourself is not good if you have a sane mind. Right? Now, I will make it romantic.
- For a patriot, it is not difficult to sacrifice himself for the motherland.
- For a man or a woman in love is not difficult to sacrifice themselves for the other one.
- For a mother or father is not difficult to give their physical heart to save a child right? (to sacrifice themselves) The same choice is difficult if you are in a sane mind and would like to live.
Is it wrong? Or is it the right choice?
I would rather say that situation is more important in making a choice rather than the choice itself.
If you are indecisive, then both choices are right and wrong simultaneously, which does not apply in this regard.
When you are indecisive, then it is time to add more factors to the choice. For example, as I said above, dying is not good, but dying while defending the loved one is admirable, and it is heroic. So as you can see, I added a factor, and now it is an easy choice.
Divorce is difficult to do, divorcing a man who is abusive and physically violent, on the other hand, somewhat easier.
In conclusion, I can say that the right choice is the choice which is easy to choose. If your choice is difficult to choose, it is probably the wrong choice.
In the end, I would like to thank you for reading this article and, God bless you. If you wish to share this article, share it with someone you care about.